Nigerian senate passes bill to enforce inauguration of president, vice-president at National Assembly

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– A bill which will enforce that an elected president and vice president of Nigeria be inaugurated at the premises of the National Assembly has been passed

– The House of Representatives must agree with the senate on the bill and the Executive will still have to assent it before it becomes a law

– The practice will follow that of advanced democracies like Unites States of America and Britain

The Nigerian senate has on Thursday, October 5, passed a bill which will enforce that an elected president and vice president of Nigeria be inaugurated at the premises of the National Assembly.

The bill was sponsored by Ike Ekweremadu, the deputy senate president after several debates on the report of the senate committee on special duties.

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